When: Fri., Sept. 1, 8 p.m. 2017
Following a gallery talk inspired by the exhibition “Heaven and Hell: Salvation and Retribution in Pure Land Buddhism” and exploring what the Buddhist beliefs of karma and samsara have to do with obnoxious weatherman Phil Connors (“Phil and the Cycle of Samsara,” $8-$12, 7:30-8pm Fri), the San Antonio Museum of Art and Slab Cinema co-host a free outdoor screening of Harold Ramis’ surreal comedy Groundhog Day. Recently adapted as a Broadway musical, the 1993 film stars Bill Murray as an arrogant Pittsburgh weatherman man who keeps repeating the same day over and over again. Picnics, lawn chairs and blankets welcome.
Price: Free (cash bar provided by The Brooklynite)